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August 3, 2022

A Class of ’68 Gathering was held on Saturday, April 2, 2022, at the
Goldman School of Public Policy (GSPP), home of the Center on Civility &
Democratic Engagement (CCDE), founded by the Class of ’68. Class
Gatherings are for Cal’68 members and friends of Cal. Contact
Cal68@blueconnect.org for details and to join the Class of ’68 email list.
Learn about upcoming Class of ’68 events as they evolve.
The Center will co-sponsor with a panel discussion with the Goldman
School during Homecoming weekend, September 23-25, 2022. The panel
of police chiefs, Defund the Police advocates, and Cal experts will address
the issue of how two years after George Floyd, California cities are
increasing, not decreasing, police spending. Please see the Homecoming
schedule for the date and time of the discussion.
Center on Civility & Democratic Engagement Board members hosted a
lunch for former Goldman School Dean Henry Brady and his wife to thank
Dean Brady for his 12 years of support for the Center while dean of the
Goldman School. Dean Brady is currently serving as Director of Research
for California 100 (california100.org), which explores current issues in
California and what is possible in the state’s short-term and long-term
future.
For Center programs, including digital recordings of public lectures, see:
https://gspp.berkeley.edu/centers/ccde/public-events. Many thanks to
those who contribute to the Center. To make a contribution, see:
https://gspp.berkeley.edu/centers/ccde/give-to-the-center.

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